December 15th 2017
Twin Cities Soil Health Community Gathering
Renaissance Soil, a St. Paul-based nonprofit working to advance regenerative practices, is hosting a community gathering on January 24th from 6-8pm at Uptown’s Community Space on 36th & Bryant. All are welcome.
Modeled after the numerous rural NGOs and inspired by farmers who are making major strides to regenerate the countryside, Renaissance Soil holds public classes, private consultations, and conducts research on various test plots to develop regenerative soil health practices right here in the Twin Cities.
Focused on soil biology, this organization advocates for and teaches alternatives to farm, lawn, and garden management practices that have not only harmed above-ground pollinator species but have also wiped out extensive underground ecosystems.
This gathering is for anyone interested in prioritizing soil health in their work to address wide-ranging issues from climate change to pollution and diet-related disease. Renaissance Soil will give a brief presentation followed by conversation around the needs of and possibilities for our community. Light refreshments served.
Contact Kassie Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or (612) 270-8979 for more information.